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Red mulch $1.00 for 2 CUFT bag @ HD B&M, starts 03/21 - was 2.25

a68j673 81 March 20, 2013 at 03:58 PM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Home Depot Deals
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Home depot is selling red mulch for $1.00 per bag of 2 CU FT. Advertised on first page of local ad online - LINK [homedepot.com]

Store number where I saw this is 6348, not sure if this is a regional deal. Starts only on 03/2 and valid till 03/27. Usually the price is 2.25 as per the ad.

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#16
Quote from nickc3 View Post :
But wood chips aren't exactly as good as "true" mulch.

I'll let others chime in...but for one, you may end up introducing carpenter ants and termites to your property...so never put free mulch near the house.

Also, depending upon type of tree that was ground up, it may not break down or have proper nutrients...

it could also be filled with poison ivy lol
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#17
Just 3 for 10 deal in Philly as well.
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Quote from ultra78721 View Post :
1 dollar in the heart of texas
Where are you in Texas? Not seeing it in the DFW area.
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Quote from izmeeh View Post :
It's not on sale in San Jose. Instead of the $1 red mulch bag, we have the 3 for $10 2 CU. FT. ALL NATURAL BARK NUGGETS. Frown
Same in El Paso, TX
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#20
We still have snow on the ground here in Syracuse, Ny....doubt they are selling mulch at $1 per bag but will check it out regardless!
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#21
$1 in Orlando, thanks for the heads up.
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#22
I need to get some dark brown mulch.
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#23
$2 each at Northern VA...
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#24
Living in the south we get termites, so we've switched all of our mulch to rubber mulch. I love it, it's more expensive, but it doesn't blow away, deteriorate or lose its color. And of course it doesn't attracts bugs. I think that it's the best solution for decorative areas of the garden. However, for my vegetable garden I use regular mulch as it feeds the soil.
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#25
In Atlanta, the deal is Cypress mulch 6 for $10.
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#26
3 for $10 in South Jersey. Frown
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#27
No good in EHT, NJ.
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#28
Quote from nickc3 View Post :
But wood chips aren't exactly as good as "true" mulch.

I'll let others chime in...but for one, you may end up introducing carpenter ants and termites to your property...so never put free mulch near the house.

Also, depending upon type of tree that was ground up, it may not break down or have proper nutrients...
I read that like 60% of the fish sold in America is mis-labeled, so while shredded redwood bark may be better than munched up municipal trimmings I think I’d temper my expectations. I buy hardwood mulch by the truckload for $13/yard at the local recycle center. It breaks down pretty quick, but when you put it down by the wheelbarrow, who cares.

Also, I’ve never seen termites in mulch. I think they go for solid wood, logs etc.

$1 for 2 cu ft is a solid deal.
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#29
Do you think we could print the ad and PM at Wal-Mart?
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#30
Cypress Mulch 5 for $10 in the St, Louis, MO area.
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